We all wake up with our mobile phones near the bed. Clock is getting forgotten even if they are in front of us and seek mobile for everything. We don't stop with the time, we swipe for the notification bar to appear and look at our feeds. Notification from a social media app will certainly... Continue Reading →
It is just not enough if you fill the ice tray with water and land in the freezer, it is important to let the water settle to freeze.
Boss Mask to the employees during the half yearly results meeting Bad Covid,People forgot us. They think of our cousin nose maskwhen someone says people wear mask.But we do exist invariant,To help fake people.We should use this recovery,To reach every human we encounter.People used to wear us,Every time they get on call,When they speak to... Continue Reading →
With pandemic still going on rounds, we all have the dilemma of new normal. Companies announce permanent WFHs, 4day per week WFHs, 50% WFHs. But not every org tell this. I work in a product based company and I need to interact with hardwares most of the time. Unlike smartphone this is an embedded hardware... Continue Reading →
With Corona waves hitting shores of every country, some spent time without wearing a mask. Some use cloth masks, neck masks and mouth masks but still survive the pandemic without testing positive. How can this happen? It is because people around them wear it or they have inbuilt immunity to fight (Which is very rare).... Continue Reading →
Hope and Faith can save a life. I was watching a video today on Nurses in brazil using latex gloves filled with warm water to wrap around the hands of Covid patients to mimic human touch. This makes it feel like there is always a human comforting them and it has actually improved their health.... Continue Reading →
Photo by Edu Carvalho from Pexels When was your last exciting moment? Everytime a doctor saves a life, he rejoices his purpose. An engineer filing his first patent gives him immense joy. When I donated for an NGO to plant 500 saplings, it was like to re-live kind of moment. When I watched children (1.5yrs) around me iterating... Continue Reading →